CipherSweet is a PHP library that provides searchable encryption for the most common cases a web developer is likely to encounter.
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If you're planning on implementing the W3C and FIDO Alliance's new WebAuthn standard for hardware security token support, skip ECDAA for now.
A brief overview of the various common use-cases of asymmetric cryptography (also known as "public-key cryptography") from the perspective of a software developer.
A deep dive into preventing chosen-ciphertext (e.g. padding oracle) attacks against RSA in custom encrypted transport protocols.
Paseto (Platform-Agnostic Security Tokens) is everything JWT should be, but isn't (namely, secure)
Everything a developer needs to know to build secure software in the PHP programming language in the year 2018
How to build a homomorphic encryption scheme that is not vulnerable to chosen-ciphertext attacks, using blockchain-like protocols.
How to build your own automatic update system that is verifiably secure.
A reflection on the first six months of the year, ext/sodium landing in PHP 7.2, and where to go from here.
Will tomorrow bring costly and embarrassing data breaches? Or will it bring growth, success, and peace of mind?
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